Ericsson’s Dory Chakour explains how using small cells to build heterogenous networks will enable the region’s operators to deliver seamless mobile broadband, no matter how great the demand.
Unified communications: chances for channel?
The opportunities in unified communications for vendors and end-users are obvious, but how can the channel cash in on this snowballing technology?
Rise of the machines
Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications could open up a new world of technological opportunity, both for consumers and for businesses. So why, despite the big buzz, hasn’t M2M taken off, and what interest should the Middle East take?
The calm before the plunge
Now, more than ever, it’s advisable to test the waters before diving straight into a big contract.
Sage has big plans for the Middle East. Whilst it has already enjoyed large growth in the region this year, a big channel drive is being prepared to take it to the next level.
Is providing additional value to vendors and partners the only way to get ahead?
Security-as-a-Service: IT's Dark Knight?
As hackers and attackers wreak havoc on the industry, businesses have been looking for a watchful protector to secure their assets. Is security-as-a-service the IT industry’s Dark Knight?
How to test the waters when it comes to cloud computing
After a period of reluctance, organisations are beginning to trust the cloud, but the decision far from ends at acceptance. Do you go public or private? Or do you go for a combination of both — otherwise known as a hybrid. The latter is allowing to dip before diving in.
CIO Spotlight: Blessing in disguise
When fate stepped in the way of Fady Sleiman’s dream of becoming a pilot, it opened up an entirely new road – one that would eventually bring him to the position of corporate CIO for the Middle East and Africa at General Electric.
The Chinese invasion
The Middle East is renowned for producing impressive results in relatively short time frames, but TP-Link believes that longevity and a commitment to an innovative roadmap are in demand in the region. Is TP the missing link for the Middle East?
Last month, Kaspersky Lab’s long-serving regional managing director, Tarek Kuzbari, announced he was resigning from his post and that corporate sales manager, Khalid Abu Baker, would replace him with immediate effect.
Giving back to the little guy
Advancements in cyber-crime has forced the industry to be more vigilant than ever. Though many organisations continue to bolster their security measures, many are still being breached effortlessly by anonymous hackers and cyber criminals.
Scanning for potential
Klaus Schulz, Manager of Product Marketing for Fujitsu in EMEA, tells Reseller that the potential for the scanner market is still strong, so long as businesses can adapt to a new model of development.
The changing face of ERP
With small and medium-sized businesses now looking to implement watered-down ERP solutions, and the ‘nexus of forces’ bearing down, CNME investigates what’s in store for the future of ERP.